Feast In The East is always a great bet, and this month—the franchise’s 40th installment—is no exception. Featuring a taco dinner by Melanie Hill and performances by Fiver, Wyrd Visions, Tasseomancy, and Black Walls, set against an environment designed by artists Vanessa Reiger and Brandon Dalmer, The Jam Factory (2 Matilda St) is the place to… Read More »
Love the arts, totally broke right now? Aren’t. We. All. GOOD NEWS! You can support SummerWorks and theatre in Toronto by heading out to any of these exciting, dynamic, freeeeeee shows, on at venues throughout the city: Art on the Ballot/Reverse Mayoral Debate: SummerWorks and ArsVote Toronto offer a policy hack for prospective mayors. Listen… Read More »
Tomorrow at the AGO, you can join the gallery in celebrating the opening of “Before and after the Horizon: Anishinaabe Artists of the Great Lakes,” an exploration and celebration of over 12,000 years of Anishinaabe storytelling and art-making in the Great Lakes region. Featuring work by past and contemporary artists, the show also extends into the… Read More »
I’ve discovered air-conditioned bliss, and it only costs $15; (or $12 with student ID or a Gardiner membership). This summer, head to the Gardiner Museum on Wednesdays, Fridays or Saturdays for drop-in clay classes—no experience required. Here’s why it’s awesome: your hands don’t have be strong, or coordinated, you don’t even have to be artistic… Read More »
Sistering has teamed up with 6 Toronto lifestyle bloggers to design pieces for Spun Goods, a unique event featuring wares produced by members of Spun Studio. Spun Studio is a textile studio working with women affected by homelessness, poverty, and marginalization from mainstream economic opportunities. The results were showed off at a recent launch event held… Read More »
Normcore, blue & pink hair flowing every which way, pigtails & plaid: OCAD is full of some stylin’ people. We visited the campus on opening night to snap the art, action, and outfits. Check out the photos below!